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 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1961 Fofm'er Miss" Judy...
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1961 Fofm'er Miss" Judy Hers' —Burgman s Studio and long sleeves tapering to bri- bouffant skirt was encircled with Miss Judy Hershey prior to- the tulle ruffles and accented with a couples marnage during service Saturday after- tear drop headpiece secured a noon, February 4, at the Broadway Broadway Alliance church during a 2 o'clock ceremony. The bride> is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hershey, of 325 Cliff drive, city, and the bridegroom bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Russow, of 416 Bartlett street, city. The Reverend Paul Winder officiated officiated at the impressive rites before before an altar banked with baskets elbow-length veil of white illusion and the bride 'carried Bible popped with a white orchid corsage. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hershey selected a navy blue crepe dress while the bridegroom's bridegroom's mother chose a black jersey jersey dress. Both wore a corsage of red roses. The couple greeted 75 guests at of white snapdragons and palms, j a reception following the ceremony ceremony at the bride's parents home. The bridal table, covered with a cloth featuring silver bells, was • centered with a.three tier wedding wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Red punch and mints were served with, the cake. Hostesses were Betty VanBoven, Jeariette Hart, Donna Jenkins, Mrs. Ben Ascensio and Janice Hyman. . For traveling the bride departed in a tan suit with black accessories accessories and wore a ! corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride attended the local Mrs, Russell Harvey was organisl and accompanied Ted Drye, soloist, soloist, when he sang bridal selec- •tions, Mrs. Louise Louthain, of 218 Wheatland avenue, attended her sister as matron of honor wearing wearing a street-length dress, of turquoise turquoise nylon fashioned with an embroidered bouffant over skirt. She wore a matching headpiece and a heart-shaped necklace set, a gift of the bride. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations. Larry Stephens, of 325 Cliff drive,, a brother of the bride, served as best man and ushers were George Stephens, of 325 Cliff drive, a brother of the bride, and Ronald Russow, of 227 West Miami, Miami, a brother of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her fath- . er, the bride was lovely • in a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace with a fitted bodice fashioned with a scalloped bafeau neckline . a the from In high school and the bridegroom a is a 195& graduate of the same j high school. He is employed with the Electric Storage" Battery company. company. The couple will reside at 2200 Broadway. \ Read the Want Ads! .so first be

Clipped from Logansport Pharos-Tribune12 Feb 1961, SunPage 15

Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, Indiana)12 Feb 1961, SunPage 15
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